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Fri Mar 21 17:06:03 2014 UTClccn-n780945460.10A case of exploding mangoes0.531.00Zakat & ushr enforced : announcement /176698798Muhammad_Zia-ul-Haqn 78094546229635Ḍiyāʾ al-ḤaqqḌiyāʿ-al-Ḥaqq 1924-1988Haq, Mohammad Zia-ul- 1924-1988Haq, Zia ul-Haq, Zia ul- 1924-1988Mohammad Zia-ul HaqMohammad Zia-ul Haq 1924-1988Muhammad Zia-ul-HaqMuhammad Zia-ul-Haq 1924-1988Muḥammad Z̤iyāʾulḥaqMuḥammad Z̤iyāʾulḥaq, 1924-1988Ul-Haq, ZiaUl-Haq, Zia 1924-1988Zia-ul-Haq, Mohammad, 1924-1988Zia-ul-Haq, Muhammad, Shaheed ul Islam, 1924-1988Ziaul-Haq, Mohammad 1924-1988Ziaul Haque, 1924-1988Ẓiyā al-Ḥaqq, Muḥammad, 1924-1988Ziyā ulḥaq Muḥammad 1924-1988Z̤iyāʾulḥaq, MuḥammadZiyāʿulhaq, Muhammad 1924-1988ضياء‌الحق، محمّدمحمد ضياء الحق 1924-1988محمّد ضياء‌الحقlccn-n2008008566Hanif, Mohammedlccn-n84181390PakistanAir Forcelccn-n84089405Baxter, Craiglccn-n78096047Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali1928-1979lccn-n79007458Burki, Shahid Javedlccn-n78072195Kamal Azfar1938-lccn-n88288308LaPorte, Robert1940-np-bhattacharjee, paulBhattacharjee, Paulnrtlccn-n2001915253Arif, K. M.(Khalid Mahmud)1930-lccn-n79145473Ali, TariqZia-ul-Haq, MohammadInterviewsPakistanZia-ul-Haq, MohammadPresidentsConspiraciesPakistan.--Air ForcePolitical scienceDictatorshipAircraft accidentsBhutto, Zulfikar Ali,Humorous storiesMartial lawAssassinationIslam and politicsMilitary readinessIslamic lawCivil-military relationsLawBhutto, Benazir,Military governmentFamiliesIslam and stateIslamTerrorismSeptember 11 Terrorist Attacks (2001)Zionism--Controversial literatureQayyum, Abdul,Mass media--Social aspectsMass mediaWomenPakistan--LahoreTrials (Conspiracy)Trials (Murder)Pakistani fiction (English)Economic policySocial policyElectionsIslamic countriesInternational relationsZakatTaxationConduct of lifeAirplanesGeneralsArmed Forces--Political activityZia-ul-Haq,Constitutional law (Islamic law)Constitutional lawMurderZionismAyub Khan, Mohammad,192419881959197419771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719992000200120032004200520062007200820092010201120124261205313340.59095491DS384ocn077943007472ocn646061612visu20100.28Duel in Pakistan Benazir Bhutto between the mosque and the militaryPresents the life, career and assassination of Benazir Bhutto, the first woman to govern an Islamic country. She was the daughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, the first freely elected prime minister of Pakistan423ocn006017067book19790.94Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadIntroduction of Islamic laws : address to the nation, Islamabad, February 10, 1979272ocn005219992book19770.98Bhutto, Zulfikar AliChairman Bhutto's reply to Gen. Zia's 2nd. statement in the Supreme Court201ocn008410825book19770.98Bhutto, Zulfikar AliIn the Supreme Court : rejoinder by Chairman Bhutto181ocn005311099book19770.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadPress conference, July 14, 1977172ocn015251042book0.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadṢadr-i Pākistān Janral Muḥammad Z̤iyāʼulḥaq, taqārīrCollected speeches and addresses of the President of Pakistan172ocn007307189book19790.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadḤarf-i ḥaq : Janral Muḥammad Z̤iyāʼulḥaq ke zindah afkār161ocn005147193book19770.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadGeneral Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq, Chief of the Army Staff and Chief Martial Law Administrator meets the press, September 1, 1977, Rawalpindi163ocn006012198book19770.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadAccountability should precede the elections : address to the nation, October 1, 1977151ocn010620382rcrd19820.59Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadA visit to the U.SPakistani President Zia ul-Haq addresses members of the Overseas Press Club on a visit to the United States, discussing his country's role in world affairs152ocn009110507book19800.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadInaugural address by President of Pakistan General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq : eleventh session, Islamic Foreign Ministers' Conference, Islamabad, May 17, 1980141ocn021757691book19801.00Zakat & ushr enforced : announcement111ocn017239845book19790.92Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadThe President on Pakistan's ideological basis : address112ocn011835471book19790.97Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadPresident calls for Islamic society : address to the nation, Rawalpindi, November 19, 1979101ocn006012219book19770.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadAddress to the nation, July 27, 1977102ocn012788064book19770.97Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadIndependence Day address, 14 August 1977Speech delivered by the Chief Martial Law Administrator of Pakistan91ocn009730890book19770.96Brohi, Allahbukhsh KarimbukhshMr. A.K. Brohi, Counsel for Federation, statement in the Supreme Court of Pakistan, Rawalpindi, October 10, 197791ocn024763971book19790.92Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadIntroduction des lois Islamiques : discours adressé à la nation83ocn021706553book19830.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadFifth session of Federal Council : address, Islamabad, 05 February, 198373ocn034536131book19770.97PakistanMartial law regulations, orders and instructions142318ocn191865420book20080.19Hanif, MohammedA case of exploding mangoesFictionPolitical fictionAli Shigri, Pakistan Air Force pilot and Silent Drill Commander of Fury Squadron, is determined to understand what or who pushed his father to commit suicide--and to avenge his death. His father, one of Zia ul-Haq's colonels, may or may not have been involved in the conspiracies and coincidences leading to the mysterious 1988 plane crash that killed Pakistan's dictator General Zia ul-Haq. His search immerses him in a snarl of events: Americans in Pakistan, Soviets in Afghanistan, dollars in every hand+-+62531725853153ocn022488387book19910.76Burki, Shahid JavedPakistan under the military : eleven years of Zia ul-Haq2798ocn244842028rcrd20080.10Hanif, MohammedA case of exploding mangoesFictionPolitical fictionWhat really caused a C120 aircraft carrying the Pakistani leader General Zia ul Huq to tumble out of the sky on August 17, 1988? Was it mechanical failure? Could it possibly have been the result of human error? Was it perhaps the CIA brass taking a risky gambit? Some have said it had something to do with an old blind woman's curse, or the moral of that ancient proverb about star-crossed lovers whose lost love brings down a jet. Surely it was not, of all things, a most unfortunate casuality of the mango season's bursting bounty+-+09387925963242673ocn012214727book19850.84Zia's Pakistan : politics and stability in a frontline state2093ocn035001712book19950.86Arif, K. MWorking with Zia : Pakistan's power politics, 1977-1988This absorbing account of Pakistan's power politics is unique in its vision because General Arif had an unrivalled vantage point as chief of staff to President General Ziaul Haq for seven years. He thus gives an insider's view of the politics and policies of the Zia regime. The book details the trial and execution of Z.A. Bhutto, the Afghanistan crisis, the formation and dismissal of the government of Prime Minister Junejo, Pakistan's relations with the USA, Iran, and India, and the thorny nuclear issue1752ocn132681696book20070.76Ali, TariqThe leopard and the fox : a Pakistani tragedyDrama"In 1985, the BBC commissioned Tariq Ali to write a three- part series on the circumstances leading to the overthrow, trial and execution of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the first elected Prime Minister of Pakistan. As rehearsals were about to begin, the BBC - under pressure from the Foreign Office - decided to cancel the project. General Zia-ul-Haq, the dictator at the time, was leading the jihad against the Soviet Union in Afghanista, backed by the USA. According to expert legal opinion, there was a possibility of a whole range of defamation suits from the head of state to judges involved in the case. Consequently, it was decided not to broadcast this hard-hitting and provocative play. The Leopard and the Fox presents both the script of the series and the story of censorship."--BOOK JACKET+-+1477790546804ocn024490455book19900.92Hussain, MushahidPakistan's politics : the Zia years692ocn029595395book19930.93Kaushik, Surendra NathPolitics of Islamization in Pakistan : a study of Zia regime651ocn020320485book19890.88Hyman, AnthonyPakistan, Zia and after--Biography532ocn012790723book19850.95Sawhney, R. GZia's Pakistan : implications for India's security522ocn015432913book19860.90Newman, Karl JPakistan unter Ayub Khan, Bhutto und Zia-ul-Haq501ocn689524454visu20070.63The assassination of Zia Ul HaqAugust 17, 1988, Bahawalpu, Pakistan. The C-130 Hercules equipped as a VIP transport takes off from a military airbase. A few minutes later the aircraft is seen porpoising up and down, although its engine seem to be running. Suddenly it plunges into the desert. There are no survivors. Zia Ul Haq, the leader of a country at the hub of crucial superpower confrontations, is dead. He has been assassinated in highly mysterious circumstances492ocn020170131book19890.95SreedharPakistan after Zia282ocn020355690book19880.98Gujral, Santokh SinghPakistan under third military president273ocn013093508book0.98Zia-ul-Haq, MohammadPresident of Pakistan, General Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq : interviews to foreign mediaInterviews262ocn082461186book20060.98Majeed, TariqMasterminds of air massacres of Aug. 17 in Pakistan Sept. 11 in AmericaControversial literature242ocn031901166book19940.98Mustafa, Sayyid GhulamGeneral Zia, his winged death and the aftermath232ocn040868716book19970.98Qayyum, AbdulZia-ul-Haq and IBiography222ocn041299146book19960.98Hussain, NeelamReinventing women : representation of women in the media during the Zia Years212ocn024205970book19890.98Hussain, Masroor1988 : the year of fomenting changeHistory+-+6253172585Fri Mar 21 15:46:31 EDT 2014batch23192